Revision Rhinoplasty in Phoenix, AZ
What Is Revision Rhinoplasty?
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Why Patients Need Revision Rhinoplasties
- Dissatisfaction with Previous Results: Many patients undergo a rhinoplasty to alter the appearance of their nose, so many seek out a revision surgery if they are not happy with the results of the original procedure.
- Restore Nasal Function: If the purpose of the original rhinoplasty procedure was to remove a nasal passage obstruction, a patient might need multiple surgeries before fully clearing the passage. Also, in rare limited cases, a rhinoplasty can cause obstructions that were not there prior to the surgery.
Are There Any Age Restrictions When It Comes To Rhinoplasty?
What Can I Expect During A Consultation For Revision Rhinoplasty?
What Type Of Anesthesia Is Used For Revision Rhinoplasty?
How Is Revision Rhinoplasty Performed?
- Closed: There are no external incisions so you won’t have visible scarring from the procedure. Instead, an internal incision will be made just inside the nostril.
- Open: If Dr. Taghizadeh determines that an open procedure is best to obtain optimal results, he will make a very small incision on the tip of the nose.
In some cases, the doctor may require additional cartilage to repair your nose due to problems with your previous procedure. Finally, Dr. Taghizadeh will reshape and reposition bones, cartilage, and other material to widen the nasal passages if you have breathing issues.
Where Are The Incisions Made For Revision Rhinoplasty?
Does Revision Rhinoplasty Result In Scars?
What Sort Of Recovery Can I Expect After Revision Rhinoplasty?
Fortunately, many patients report that the recovery process after their revision rhinoplasty was much easier than their original rhinoplasty.